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What Does the Bible Teach about Homosexuality?A Short Book on Biblical Sexuality

What Does the Bible Teach about Homosexuality?

A Short Book on Biblical Sexuality

Gavin Peacock and Owen Strachan
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God made sexuality. It is a gift and stewardship from God. But there is much more to human identity than sexuality. We were made for eternity, where the church will be married to Christ. Let us look at the words of God about homosexuality and run straight into the arms of Christ, the Savior who welcomes repentant sinners of every kind to a kingdom not built with man’s strength, but with the very power and grace of God. 

Gavin Peacock

About Gavin Peacock

Gavin is husband to Amanda and father to Jake and Ava. He is associate pastor at Calvary Grace Church of Calgary, and the Director of International Outreach for CBMW. He played football professionally for Chelsea, QPR and Newcastle Utd and was a pundit on BBC Match of the Day.

Owen Strachan

About Owen Strachan

Owen Strachan is Provost and Professor of Theology at Grace Bible Theological Seminary in Conway, Arkansas.

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In a world where sex has become everything, anything, and nothing, Strachan and Peacock do a masterful job at helping the church recover and keep a Biblical theology of sexuality. In a sex–crazed world, here are wise words that are timely, truthful, and transformative!

Philip De Courcy, Senior Pastor of Kindred Community Church, Anaheim Hills, California

This series directly applies biblical truth to urgent matters of human sexuality, and does so with both pastoral sensitivity and theological integrity. All too often the church fails to respond to sexual sin with both compassion and clarity. This series does both, and does so with courage, verve, and an ever–present reminder that Jesus Christ is making all things new.

David Talcott, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, The King’s College, New York City
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